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CSPAN
Aug 8, 2009 7:00pm EDT
did not become later what it was to become an 1967 which was gabriel garcia marquez. his 100 years of solitude it was almost as if it was predestined it would finally cap latin-american and not all it was famous before he published it the most famous at this point* was ulysses his novel became famous oliver north america perhaps after he hadn't written the first that was it. it would be a best seller and a great latin-american novel. he just knew it. him and his friends started to write articles when even marquez was only halfway through it. it did not happen very often but it did then. most latin american novels published 500 or 1,000 would be a very good printer run in the 1960's but all of a sudden one-man publishes 8,000 was the first run and repeated a couple of weeks later and repeated again and by the end of the year through 70 or 80,000 just in argentina and now it is 25 million worldwide which is a lot and all of these other books have sold even more and it is an extraordinary world seller my publisher asked me to write about a very i rode in four months, 440 pages it is a
CBS
Aug 23, 2009 6:00pm EDT
this playoff. he had a chance to win it but made bogey on the 72nd hole and sergio garcia has been battling it today. had a nice start but then really struggled and now will be faced with a difficult bunker shot. looks like he's going to come up just short. at one point sergio had a three-shot lead. he'd gotten it to 18 under with a nice birdie run. mark russell from the pga tour. steve holmes, the c.e.o. of wyndham. bobby long is the chairman of this event and has had so much to do with keeping the event here and letting it continue to be a part of this great set of communities in the north carolina piedmont. they're very proud of the history of this event, all the great champions who have won here, and this donald ross design is. now from off the green. this is a really nice effort. ian: that's where he's great. he's phenomenal around the greens with the putter and the wedges. just a disappointing day for chris riley. just sort of hung on a little bit in the middle of the round. bill: slowly bringing it back. he's had three top-20 finishes in his last three starts. riley at plus three. no
FOX
Aug 23, 2009 11:15pm EDT
of fighting, sergio garcia fighting his swings. the spaniard, the finish youe se got to see. we're back. ♪ ♪ enjoy one of life's... little pleasures. ♪ yoplait has a sweetly satisfying taste... and creamy texture... that you can't resist. yoplait. in 25 delicious flavors. it is so good. >>> welcome back. we're golfing. sergio garcia needed to hold this out to make the playoff. go to your home ball. it's your home. sergio missed it by that much says ryan moore. ryan moore would be the beneficiary because he'd go on to defeet two -- defeat two in the playoffs and wins his first pga title. congratulations. nice hat. >>> the redskins of course have their final home preseason game next friday when tom brady and new england patriots come to town. we'll see if the offense can do a little better against the patriots than this week. >>> many thanks to dave feldman. a great show. i'm throwing script and we're t
FOX News
Aug 22, 2009 3:00pm EDT
-year-old serving 70 years for his role in the murders of garcia and another person. in a state prison in abilene, he stepped down with our war stories producer for an interview. he described the life of crime that began at 13 and ended behind bars. born in houston to a father in construction and mother that as a hairstylist. he had a good life. they moved to laredo and settled into a neighborhood near the riogrande, yards from mexico. he refused to talk about his criminal career in america but did offer rare insight into the mexican cartel that seduced him to a promise of life of luxury. >> money, cars, houses. >> those people are believed to be cartel henchmen who befriended the then 13-year-old at a nightclub in mexico. parting turned to violence when the young recruit qualified for training camp and was soon being groomed to kill. >> the american teenager was now part of a well armed and violent gang found by special forces who acted as enforcers for the notorious gulf cartel. among the top people, trevino wanted on both sides of the border. 38-year-old is the gatekeeper of the smu
FOX News
Aug 23, 2009 5:00am EDT
a car for a while. >> 20-year-old serving 70 years for his role in the murders of garcia and another person. in a state prison in abilene, he stepped down with our war stories producer for an interview. he described the life of crime that began at 13 and ended behind bars. born in houston to a father in construction and mother that as a hairstylist. he had a good life. they moved to laredo and settled into a neighborhood near the riogrande, yards from mexico. he refused to talk about his criminal career in america but did offer rare insight into the mexican cartel that seduced him to a promise of life of luxury. >> money, cars, houses. >> those people are believed to be cartel henchmen who befriended the then 13-year-old at a nightclub in mexico. parting turned to violence when the young recruit qualified for training camp and was soon being groomed to kill. >> the american teenager was now part of a well armed and violent gang found by special forces who acted as enforcers for the notorious gulf cartel. among the top people, trevino wanted on both sides of the border. 38-year-old is
FOX
Aug 13, 2009 5:00pm EDT
the attacks carried out by jose garcia, an illegal immigrant who prayed on elderly people. >> bad things, when they happen to good people are met with justice. >> in a statement to the judge, the stepson of mary francis, the only woman murdered in garcia's late night break ins said if ever there was a case to throw away the key, this is it. >> it's the only thing aside from the death penalty, which would make me happy. this will be a death penalty, i think. >> reporter: next to mary francis, the victim who may have suffered the most is ann wolf, a widow living alone when he tied her to a pole in the basement. the thought that kept her going, a planned visit from her daughter. until now, anne wolf had never spoken publicly of her ordeal. >> i did as much exercise as i possibly could and i moved around as much as i could and i, you know, i really ied o get a little bit with it. and other than that, i think i would have been in very, very bad shape. i would have just never been found. >> reporter: one of the first victims was also tied up and left for dead, but garcia was just getting
FOX
Aug 13, 2009 11:00am EDT
. >>> and earlier we talked about jose garcia who is in court right now. he is being sentenced on 14 charges, including first degree murder. he hog tied and bound four women in november of 2007 and september of 2008. one victim died from her injuries. prosecutors are pushing for life without the possibility of parole. as soon as we get that decision we'll update you. >>> and the battle over security check points in a troubled d.c. neighborhood, last week they stopped anybody in the trinidad neighborhood who tried to help fight crime. but last week, they ruled the program unconstitutional. they want others to reconsider. earlier the mayor said he took the fight as far as he cou take it. >> i think whenever you're open- minded and you have a certain goal which is to reduce crime, if think we can find a solution. i really appreciate what the attorney general is saying. he is saying if the court rules against us we're not going to say there is nothing we can do. we'll just find another way. >> all right, meanwhile, looking at next year's election, when the mayor is up for re-election. a new poll
CSPAN
Aug 3, 2009 11:00pm EDT
and that i know a thing so highly of it. juan garcia to be the assistant secretary of the navy for manpower and reserve affairs. before i talk about speech, i did want to end my with congratulations and also urge of the support for my friend john mchugh. i serve on the west point board of visitors with congressman mchugh and he has been and to reflect on that portion of the end of the few men great secretary of ama. one -- one garcia the third, you have given most of his bio but i met him when he is in the state legislature into their wonderful job there and i wanted two also add for the record that he is a graduate of ucla and harvard law school. and kennedy school of government. he will introduce his family but his wife is also a fellow harvard law school classmate. i think that he has such a great qualification for this job because of his clear love for the navy being a second-generation to serve and the navy and his family eighth and his brother who is. the xanthine to the marines. i just want to say that he has served as you pointed that for 12 years. he was an patrol squadron 47 at of
ABC
Aug 13, 2009 6:00pm EDT
taught us to stand tall." >>> it is a life sentence with no chance of parole for jose garcia. he was convicted of the brutal death and robbery of a 63-year- old woman. he targeted elderly women in montgomery county in northwest washington. some of them testified at today's sentencing hearing. after the judge delivered the life sentence, victims said that justice has been served. >> i am delighted. anything less would have put us all in jeopardy at a later date and other people, too. >> they say there were probably hundreds of victims because of search of jose garcia's home that yielded thousands of items stolen. >>> a local animal rescue shelter is closing its doors. what will happen to the dogs? but >> what woulyou pay for unlimited flights for a month? >> doug hill here. folks are getting wet. we will check the doppler in my forecast still to come. >>> you're watching abc news at 6:00. this is abc 7 news at 6:00, on your side. >>> the cent serves inner-city youth that was greeted by the former d.c. first lady. several tennis greats have visited this center. the organization has
NBC
Aug 13, 2009 4:00pm EDT
the possibility of parole. garcia pereira was convicted of first-degree murder in the death of mary harvesttein p the robbery spanned from november 2007 to september 2008. in each case, garcia hog tied and bound the women inside their homes while he robbed them. life without patrol is t maximum sentence allowed by law. family members of murdered alexandria woman bell were out searching today for her remains again. they say that they have renewed hope and possible clues. bell disappeared 13 years ago. her self-confessed killer said he buried bell in prince george's county in a wooded area at old fort road. crews with backhoe was digging in the area yesterday and the work continued today. police found a sandal this afternoon. bell's mother believes it belongs to her daughter. k-9 dogs did not deexpect anything in the immediate area. >>> local teachers get ready for classes. >> a battle over a metro bus driver caught using a cell phone. >> here's other stories making headlines in the washington area today. >>> a man is dead after a boating accident in diehl, maryland. 77-year-old harry tollow hit a
FOX
Aug 13, 2009 6:00pm EDT
parole and then some. >> reporter: the sentence given jose garcia today means he will live the rest of his life behind bars. judge michael mason handing the illegal immigrant life without parole followed by three consecutive life sentences. in their victim impact statements to the judge, a handful of victims along with family members, the only person rd ered called jose garcia dangerous, cruel, vicious. they implored the judge to showd no leniency. he rained terror on montgomery county, stalking his elderly victims, tieing them up, and leaving them for dead. >> quite candidly, a few more hours, another day, mrs. wolfe might not be here with us because she was in very, very tough shape when she was found. she was luckier and was able to escape more quickly. but he didn't care. he didn't care how he left them. he left as judge mason said, he left these women for dead. he was wanting in total disregard for these people which make the sentence all that much more appropriate. >> garcia never testified at his trial. his attorney says he's a thief, not a murder. the jury found the dna ev
NBC
Aug 12, 2009 12:35am EDT
" tonight? >> steve: well, jimmy, tonight's contestants are jerry garcia, anna stevens and brendan garrity. ♪ get your cell phones cocked and ready and get down here! ♪ >> jimmy: hey, buddy. how you doing, buddy. what's your name? where are you from? >> jerry garcia from annandale, new jersey. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: jerry garcia. can i see your i.d.? [ laughter ] is it really? you're jerry garcia? [ laughter ] >> it might say gerard, but i go by jerry. >> jimmy: you see it? "gerard garcia." we'll have to bleep out your numbers and stuff. >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: i don't want your identity stolen. [ laughter ] now, quickly, what is your atm p.i.n. number? [ laughter ] we'll bleep it out. what prize are you going to go for, jerry? >> that television. >> jimmy: really? >> oh, no, the doughnuts. >> jimmy: no -- [ cheers and applause ] there you go. we know where your heart lies. you don't care about the audience eating, but, okay, you want to see it in hd. okay. very good. what's your name, where are you from? >> i'm anna stevens. i'm from dayton, ohio. >> jimmy: very good. and anna, what pr
NBC
Aug 13, 2009 5:00am EDT
. jose garcia was convicted of four counts of robbery after breaking into the homes of four disht women. in each case he hog tied and bound the women inside their homes. the final victim of bethesda was severely beaten and died from her injuries. gr garcia was convicted of first degree murder in that case. he could face life in prison without parole. >>> a 12-year-old boy is clinging to life after a serious crash that left him in uinsi d.gsre i siblings injured. >> it happened lastnig i>>ht germantown at id idoa rofgeiddod drive. and t drive. and tt' tsha a n an intersonec eenirsgh ne hboavec ing about for some time. news 4's megan mcgrath joins us from that intersection with more. good morning, megan. >> good morning. >> reporter: good morning. neighbors say this intersection has been a problem for a long time, and that they've been asking for a stoplight. yesterday, we had a very serious accident here and a 12-year-old boy is fighting for his life. now, this accident happened just a little bit before 4:00 yesterday afternoon. a voex wag ann pass sat with four people inside was stopp
ABC
Aug 13, 2009 11:00pm EDT
and wrestled him out of the store. the man held the robber there until the police arrived. >>> jose garcia-perlera was convicted with a series of home invasions in the montgomery county and northwest washington. there have been probably of hundreds of victims in the year- long spree. >>> people driving in georgetown faced major delays tonight after a fire was in a row house. the fire broke out just after 8:00. >>> and every mother is upset because she says s warn a group of children before the reon by a swarm of wasps. this happened at rock creek park nature center. the tough questions officials are facing tonight. >> we talked with a mother who says her two children and husband were stunned by this swarm of wasps. she says that all the pain in exile there her family had to put up with and the children could have been prevented with some common sense. she and her family were hiking this trail on thursday when they were attacked by a swarm of bees. her husband and two of her children were stunned. >> it stunned me on the head. it w still hurting wh i was in the car. >> the mother says the f
CSPAN
Aug 24, 2009 1:00am EDT
with jerry garcia or hunter thompson or something like that and that's the picture you get of american drug use. i want to stretch it further back and figure out what real people were doing, that jerry garcia isn't a real guy but what people other than him have been doing. so one of the most surprising things to me was what i found about the relationship between the temperance movement in the nineteenth-century and the rise of opium smoking and platinum and other forms of opium throughout the 1830's so we move to that. at the time, and we are talking 1830's, at the time there was little research exploring the relationship between opium use and drinking but there was at least one noteworthy study in 1872 look of the opium boom by the massachusetts state board of health the reason for the traffic upswing in opium use concluded wasn't the chinese or the civil war it was the temperance movement. this unintended consequence of the call for sobriety wasn't unique to the united states the board found. quote come it is a significant that both in england and in this country but to what abstinence mo
CNN
Aug 11, 2009 10:00pm EDT
to track down one of the first victims was garcia, gunned down while he helped his pregnant wife and 3-year-old boy into their car. then the bodies began to pile up. seven murders in a yearlong stretch but when investigators found fingerprints on a cigarette box in the shooter's get away car, the chilling truth unraveled. the truth about the two. >> they were very good at what they did. they were professional at what they did. >> reporter: asassens is what they do. how they evolved from average, american teenagers into hit men is laid out in court records and these police interrogation videos obtained by cnn. in this tape, reta detailed how he carried out the first assassination at the age of 14. i loved it. i thought i was superman he said. detective robert garcia is the man sitting across the table from reta. >> that's one thing that you wonder all the time. what made him be this way. >> reporter: like many americans, the teenagers starting to hit the bars just across the border in mentixico when investigators say the cartel were waiting to recruit them. they were easy targets. they start
NBC
Aug 27, 2009 11:00pm EDT
of include sergio garcia's. six under, the top 100 finishers this week advanced to play next week. please stay with us. please stay with us. a check they have alzheimer's and arthritis, diabetes and cancer. they've heard that biomedical research offers hope, that it could control, maybe even cure, their disease. senator ben cardin understands the importance of innovative biomedical research, for patients, their families, and our economy in maryland. call senator cardin today. ask him to protect the 90,000 maryland jobs biomedical research provides and the hopes of patients everywhere. it's not just the future, it's life. >> things are looking a little better towards the weekend. >> it looks like the storms will linger tomorrow, gradually taper off by saturday afternoon, and if danny behaves himself and stays off shore, we will see skies clearing of sunday, which leads to a clearing next week with lows in the 50's. it is back-to-school time. >> it really is. conan
ABC
Aug 30, 2009 6:30pm EDT
for luis garcia and a player to be named later. cardinals trying to -- nationals trying to scratch out one win. cardinals up first, adam dunn on base, he comes around to score, that nice game at 1-1. bottom of that evening, cardinals turn, pujols at the plate a shot up the middle, scores a run, they sweep the nats 2-1. a fantastic finish at the barclays tournament in suburban new jersey. tiger woods right in the thick of chings down the stretch. to 13. tiger lining up this putt for birdie. he goes seven under. steve marino was in the mix, he led going into today's final round but he blew up today. he loses it, where does it go? my gosh, way off the course he falls out of contention after a triple bogey there. to 18, tiger can position himself for a tie. tiger can't even believe it didn't go. in he finished at eight under. here's your winner, heath slow come. -- slocum. the little league world series, seen here on abc 7, california and chinese taipei, liner to right, the runner score the youngsters from california beat chinese taipei to win the little league world series. >> i love it. leag
Univision
Aug 29, 2009 5:00pm EDT
flores. >> me quedÓ en la mente una imagen de ella bailando con alan garcia. >> aquÍ tenemos a la esposa del ex presidente. >> ella nunca se ha preocupado mucho por su aspecto personal. @ le hice ese pelo medio desgarbado. sin maquillaje ni nada. >> hace cuatro aÑos, juan pablo i. hizo una de estas caricaturas por primera vez. cada una de ellas les toma 10 dias. trabajar en esponja con luz artificial es imposible. >> h@h@tu÷gbañfokph@h@tu÷gbaÑz@@ >> le quedan geniales. su padre fue quien lo inspirÓ pues hace muchos aÑos, fabricÓ varias cabezas de muÑecos con las que se disfraza con los factores. nos vamos a la pusa. ¿que llevaba un pandillero a mancahase las manos de sangre? enseguida, la vocalista de la quinta estaciÓn dijo que eva mendez es su mayor fantasÍa sexual. para surfear solo hace falta tener ganas y univision estrena viva el sueÑo. tu÷gbaqíkkph@h@h@÷gbaxxh@h@÷gba@ >> natalia dejo a nmuchos con la boca abierta cuando revelÓ que eva mÉndez es su mÁs grande fantasÍa sexual. durante el fin de semana, eva visita un centro comercial en manhattan y ahi aprovecha
NBC
Aug 13, 2009 4:30am EDT
of ridge road and morning star drive, an intersection neighbors sais t knowno be dangerous. >> jose garcia perlela will be sentenced today for breaking into the homes of four different women. the final victim of bethesda, was severely beaten and died from her injuries. he was convicted of first degree murder in that case as well. he could face life if prison without the possibility of parole. >> the federal reserve is skaushsly saying the worst of the recession may be over. today analysts will be getting more information on the state of the economy. july foreclosures and retail sales numbers are being released later this morning. >> and the redskins play their first preseason game of the season. they'll face the ravens in baltimore. the biggest free agent, albert haynesworth, will not play tonight. the first round pick, brian orakpo, will get on the field in his first pro game. >>> well, it was a dangerous and stupid stunt and it landed a florida teen in the hospital with serious burns. he set himself on fire trying to imitate a video posted on youtube. >> now his mother's warning other pa
NBC
Aug 13, 2009 11:00pm EDT
back on us for retaliation. >> one of the victim who did not live to testify, mary havenstein, garcia polara beat the 63-year-old to death in her bethesda home last september. >>> breaking news in northeast d.c. police are investigating some sort of explosion inside a postal service mailbox. it happened inside a blue street corner mailbox,ed me street northeast. dc investigators on the scene. they evacuated several homes in the area there. investigators say they are also searching the area for other possible explosives. of course you can count on news 4 to pass on more information as it becomes available. still to come on news 4 at 11:00. a tennis center used by serena and venus williams is in trouble. we'll tell you why. also a woman fights to keep the deer she brought into her home after it was orphaned. we'll tell you about that. many of us look to scarf down french fries and hamburger from time to time. are fatty foods leaving us with a short term hangover? bob, what you got in the weather? >> a little hangover from just a few scattered showers tomorrow. not too bad f august -- th
NBC
Aug 14, 2009 5:00am EDT
for the rest of his life. a judge sentenced jose garcia-perlera to life without the possibility of parole. back in 2007 he carried out a series of violent home invasions in montgomery county, targeting elderly women who lived alone. he tied them up before robbing them. some of those women went to yesterday's sentencing. >> the only thing that -- aside from the death penalty, which would make me happy. >> anything less would have put us all at jeopardy and other people, too, because he's the kind of an individual -- if he had gotten out, i feel certain that he would have come back on us for retaliation. >> one victim did not live to testify. prosecutors say that garcia-perlera beat 63-year-old mary havenstein to death in her bethesda home last september. >> nbc news has obtained new video of that midair crash over the hudson, and unsuspecting tourist captured the moment of impact. some of you may find this difficult to watch, but investigators say it could help them understand what happened. nbc's kristen dahlgren reports. >> reporter: as an i tellan tourist on a boat in the hudson practices usi
NBC
Aug 30, 2009 6:00pm EDT
. and kiko garcia gets a strikeout to end the game. 6-3 victory for chula vista. they are going crazy. i love that. if i was 12 years old, iean, you'd feel like the big man on am p campus. >> 71 mile an hour pitch? >> it was 60.1 inches. >> the best thing is, those kids were juiced, either. >> they wear on their sleeve, i won't cheat. so it's a class act there. >> the pros could learn something from them. >>> nbc nightly news is up next. see you again at 11:00. that's the news. good night.
FOX
Aug 13, 2009 11:00pm EDT
for months. this bethesda woman died after the attack. today a judge sentenced jose garcia-perlera to life without parole followed by three consecutive life sentences a. jury convicted him in may. one of the first victims who was tied up and left for dead praised the judge for his decision. >> anything less would put us in gemdy at a later date and other people too. he's the kind of individual if he'd gotten t, ioufe el ceeainly he would have come ack on us for retaliation. >> he maintains his innocence and says he will appeal. >>> a possible break in the 13- year-old search for a d.c. woman's remains. sarah simmons is everywhere at 11:00. >> police may be close to finding shaquita bell. police are searching for the missing d.c. woman in a wooded area in fort washington. today they found a shoe the family says belongs to shaquita. bell's ex-boyfriend confessed to murdering her and tld police this is where the body was buried. police will continue digging tomorrow. >>> a final goodbye to eunice kennedy shriver. people from around the country paid their respects during a public wake this af
CBS
Aug 13, 2009 7:00pm EDT
to a man convicted of terrorizing the elderly citizens during the of home invasion. >>> garcia, he brutalized and hog tide three other women in similar burglaries. also a suspect in two home invasions in the district. trying to solve a murder mystery may have uncovered a tantalizing clue. >> reporter: the stepfather held that on in near disbelief. >> this probably would have dropped that out there. >> reporter: the aunt, trying the shoe o. >> that is her shoe. all three of us wore the same size. >> i thank in god because we just want to find her. >> reporter: the discovery prompted more digging. there was nothing more. but hope now remains high. >> for her to get out of these woods. >> reporter: she was killed in 1996. her boyfriend at the time, michael dicerson add -- dickerson admitted to the killing in exchange for telling them what they know. >> that is something that you know about that. >> the spring valley neighborhood where works, they are coming to the hot out there after the dangerous chemical agent mustard was found. twice, they left, but they had to return because, well
CBS
Aug 30, 2009 6:30pm EDT
to 1. dodgers, minor league pitcher garcia and a player to be named later, the indians at the orioles bottom of the third, 7th home run of the season and orioles go on to win 5-2. basketball, miss sticks, sporting the pink, miss sticks holding a two-point lead here, nice passing for washington. give to crystal langhorn. go up 4. couple possessions later. langhorn again. miss sticks win by 68175. >>> steve marino shared the lead at the barclays hoping to separate himself from the co-leader and a guy named tiger. but it turned out to be a golfer no one saw threatening. native marino started the day with a lead, share of it but it did n go very well. on the 15th he triple bowing geese the hole. he shot a 6 over 77. woods on 18 needs a birdie to take a share of the lead. misses there. slocum here on 18 from about 20 feet out he needs this for the win. and he drains it. slocum was 197th inks soe g the ranks, he goes ninend uer for his third career win. >>> be a nightbe w oitwlsh u on sports plus. one of the topics tonight, brian mitchell to discuss hottest topics and the secondary is a con
CSPAN
Aug 2, 2009 5:00pm EDT
. it was fired two blocks away by a 16-year-old gangster named juan garcia. he was a member of a gang called the latin council. garcia was chasing a guy down the street who he thought mistakenly was a member of another gang. pop, pop, pop, pop. mateo died in the arms of her mother. there is no gang squad whose members can tell similar stories. innocent bystanders killed. the point is every gangster is at least capable of that violence. because a gangster culture has normalized and rationalized violence, so that being an instant killer is no longer in that culture a bad thing. it is a good thing. .. >> or when respect demands revenge. or when a rivalry, some beef that nobody can remember how it started demands that you go out and take somebody else's life. a gang prosecutor in chicago, put it this way, somebody says hey, that is the day when pick your name got killed. let's go out and kill somebody from the other gang. why? it's just what they do. to me the testimony from the 8th street gang. a guy was convicted. they were asking him, what is the gang? they call us to do things. sometimed it'
CBS
Aug 6, 2009 6:00pm EDT
sergio garcia with a power tee- shot...grea patrick not check out on the middle of the tshot. guy in the orange hat...ábangá...direct screen. guy in the head. oh... ouch. direct hit to the to apologize and sorry a souvenier he's okay. sergio stopped also and gave the fan lead....(phil mickelson even par 70) ball. garcia is also four shots off the lead. phil mickelson was away with his wife who is breast cancer. mickelson shot even par. >> got his mojo working again. >> isn't it your responsibility to keep your eye on the ball? >> clearly that a florida woman is arrested after >> thank you mark. >>> a undercover police officer to kill her husband. after cobiella reports for wjz undercove she wanted her husband dead and how she got kelly reports why she wanted her husband caught. >> when she rashd home from the gym wednesday her town house was wrapped in crime tape and a buoyant beach police sergeant was waiting to break the news. her husband of six months was dead. despite what you see police say she was no grieving widow. >> she wanted to have her husban
NBC
Aug 4, 2009 4:00pm EDT
, but as katherine garcia explains, that uld turn out to be the least of your problems. ♪ summertime summertime summer "time" ♪ >> reporter: summertime in san diego. that often means it's also time for aikini wax. for some, a brazilian bikini wax. >> girls want to have those the thong bikinis, so they want to be basically hairless in this area. as you know, in any esthetic procedure, there are ib hair rent risks. >> reporter: in new jersey, officials recently considered prohibiting brazilian waxes after two women were hospitalized for infections. one of them diagnosed with a potentially life threatening bacterial iaffection of the ski spent 15 days in the hospital hooked up to an iv. >> when you breach that area and create that portal of entry for bacteria and yeast, you can set yourself up for inflammation as well as an infection. >> reporter: dermatologist dr. susan stewart prefers the permanent laser treatment, but it can be pricey. so she has this advice for women who want for stick with waxing. >> first and foremost, do your home work. be as a. good consumer. >> reporter: she says makes
NBC
Aug 13, 2009 6:00pm EDT
knowing that jose garcia perlera will never walk the streets again. he will die in jail and appropriately should die in jail for the crimes. >> reporter: there were two home invasions in d.c. around this time that investigators connected to peera and those cases have yet to be prosecuted. today we talked to one of those families. they were here in court and say they don't think that they are going to be moving forward, prosecutor it is cases in d.c. after what happened in montgomery county here today. tracee wilkins, live in montgomery county. craig, back to you in the studio. >> thank you. >>> two groups of children were stung by wasps at the rock creek nature center in northwest d.c. today. firefighters say 16 students were stung in craft noon. all of them plus two adults taken to a hospital as a precaution. earlier eight girls from a virginia private school were stung by yellow jackets. two of those girls were stung multiple times and taken to the hospital. none of the injuries are serious. no one suffered any allergic reaction. >>> a day after the federal reserve suggested the nation
FOX
Aug 13, 2009 10:00pm EDT
the attack. the judge making sure this killer never sees freedom again. >> reporter: brian, jose garcia- perlera's victims are resting much easier knowing he's been sentenced to life in prison without parole. a sense of security restored e the montgomery county community that jose garcia-perlera terrorized for a year. the illegal immigrant from el salvador preyed on vulnerable elderly victims, crimes so heinous, the judge in the case described them as unnecessary, gratuitous violence. >> bad things that happen to good people are met with justice. >> reporter: the stepson of mary havenstein, said if ever was -- ever there was a case to throw away the key, this was it. >> the only thing aside from the death penalty which would make me happy, this will be a death penalty i think. >> reporter: anne wolf was also victimized by him. until now she's never spoken publicly about her ordeal. >> i did as much exercise as i possibly could and moved around as mucas i could and i really tried to get a little -- [ indiscernible ] i think i would have been in very bad shape. >> reporter: one of the fir
CBS
Aug 13, 2009 5:00pm EDT
, holding my husband's head and you feel outraged. >> because of garcia and their status as an illegal alien who was deported once already out there, the prosecutors, they told them that he should not be deported again. but instead, they should serve the sentence here. >>> judge michael mason, dismissed their claims of innocence. >> we reaffirmed that bad things, when they happen to good people, they are met with justice. >> at the montgomery county courthouse, for nine news now and wusa9.com. >>> well, they could still face trial in the district for the home invasions that he's accused of in northwest. and now take a really good look at your screen. if you recognize the young man right there, the county sheriff department, they want to hear from you. this is the surveillance video of the armed robbery that took place late wednesday night at the mini mark on james monroe highway. if you can help them arrest this person, you could be eligible for a $1,000 reward. >>> sky nine, they have been over the virginia area where police, they are searching for a man responsible for this mess on the roa
ABC
Aug 27, 2009 7:00am EDT
popular baby names. we'll explore that as he joins us. >>> and "project runway" nina garcia, is here, showing us fashion secrets. >>> first, we're going to head back to chris. he is hyannisport. has been all morning. chris? >> good morning, again, diane. here we are, in front of the kennedy compound. but in reality, it's a cul-de-sac. several homes that the kennedys own. other people live on this street. but the compound has become so special, and so much bigger than what it is physically. that's because of the people who have lived in these homes and the lives they have led. >> kennedy himself used to describe the big dutch colonial in hyannisport, as a scrapbook. >> so nice to see you again. and become to hyannisport. >> inside, no priceless works of art. but hundreds upon hundreds of photographs. that's rose kennedy from a 1962 film, promoting her son's first campaign for the senate. >> here's a charming picture of ted with his father at the embassy. >> just a few minutes' drive from here is the home of mr. and mrs. joseph p. kennedy. >> reporter: hyannisport was camelot's beach h
CBS
Aug 13, 2009 7:00pm EDT
, i thought. >> reporter: anna garcia got in line tuesday for dental work. >> i have insurance through my employer. >> reporter: she works for orange county, has five children her husband out of work. the co-pay for three-year-old aisa's root canal, $1,000. >> couldn't afford it and i didn't want her to lose her teeth, so once i read about this i decided to take advantage of of it. >> i need a volunteer at seven, please. >> reporter: this program is run by remote area medical, a nonprofit group established 24 years ago to take modern immediate to the third world. today, they do some 40 multiday free clinics a year, 65% of them in the u.s. >> the need is all over the united states, just like this, wherever you go. there are about 49 million people that don't have access to the care they need. they simply can afford it. >> reporter: physician natalie 97ens has worked in villages in india and africa. >> here at home, we have as much a need as i do when i travel to the most remote areas of india, and that's very heartbreaking. most of these people work. they have jobs, but they work for sm
CBS
Aug 22, 2009 8:00am EDT
for the entire massachusetts coast. deborah garcia of our new york station wcbs-tv is at rockaway beach, east of new york, she joins us live this morning. >> reporter: good morning, chris. hurricane bill is over 600 miles from where i am standing right now, but people up and down the coast are bracing for the stormy weather. bermuda is still recovering from torrential downpours that have battered the tiny island, as hurricane bill roared off shore, causing flooding and generating 35 foot high waves. the first hurricane of the season continues to move north off the u.s. coast today. bill is not expected to hit land, but is expected to create dangerous, deadly rip currents. officials began closing beaches in its path friday. >> concern is if the surf is much bigger. >> reporter: winds clock in now at 105 miles per hour. but the damage it caused earlier this week is still being felt up and down the coast. >> when the storm was well out over the atlantic, it was a category 4. it takes a while for that wave action to eventually reach the coastline. >> reporter: waves as high as 14 feet are expecte
ABC
Aug 13, 2009 5:00pm EDT
that jose garcia was a career criminal who targeted victims and delighted and torturing them. life with no chance of parole for convicted killer, a sentence to leaves victims who survived relieved. >> if he had gotten now, i was certain he would come back on us for retaliation. it is very vicious. >> a jury had convicted the illegal immigrant and last year's brutal beating. it we s onin a seriesf nglycr violent home invasions targeting older women. it terrorized the area for an entire year. they say justice was served. it >> he will not be walking the streets again. he will die in jail, appropriately so for the crimes. >> she laid down that a gag for two days before her daughter found her. >> i could see when it was nighttime and when it was daytime. i could hear the work men across the street building a house. there was no way they could possibly hear me. >> for this community, a chance to heal. and a sense of vindication. ng>> when bad things happen to good people, they are t with justice. >> they said there were probably hundreds of victims here, hundreds of, invasion victims. t
CBS
Aug 16, 2009 8:30am EDT
again, netove otanimher meer of this community. >> reporter: jose garcia perlerra was sentenced to life without parole for beating to death a woman in her bethesda home. >> my nephew richard, he sees the family home no longer is a place of joy but as a place of ar tali btaru. >> reporter: the killer got four more life sentences for three other home invasions where he hogtied his victims. >> i was able to hold on, and i did as much exercise as i possibly could. >> i feel certain he would have k memes b uonacfor retaliation. itvi vy s.erouci >> reporter: he is a suspect in two district home invasions. >> he is holding a gun, pointing it at me and tying us up. you feel outraged. >> reporter: because of his status as a illegal alien who had been deported once already to el salvador prosecutors told the judge he should not be deported again but should serve a sentence here. >> reporter: the judge dismissed his claims of innocence. >> we reaffirm that bad things when they happen to good people are met with justice. >> reporter: at the montgomery county courthouse, 9 news now and w usa 9.com.
CSPAN
Aug 21, 2009 5:00pm EDT
the indicted defendants including cepal target's, what team on korea, is male garcia, a cornell and arturo are the chief leaders of the federation. the second indictment unsealed today is the alleged that the target fincen que is the principal leader of a cartel known as the juarez. this charge is the received multi ton shipments of cocaine in mexico from the valley cartel in the auc a colombian paramilitary in drug trafficking organization. according to the court documents the war as cartel operates in the el paso quarter were one of the primary drug smuggling routes along the border from the city in mexico to help house of texas. the dea estimates approximately 90% of the cocaine that enters the united states comes from mexico. according to the indictment the juarez cartel maintain its power through payment of bribes and acts of violence. the third indictment is charged with he and his brother with a reading a drug organization that rose to prominence within the federation. esters on rodriguez is currently incarcerated in mexico as awaiting extradition to the united states. according to
CNBC
Aug 27, 2009 6:00pm EDT
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CNBC
Aug 27, 2009 11:00pm EDT
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FOX News
Aug 30, 2009 7:00pm EDT
's general store and garcia's deli and bakery for an ice cream run and every bit the father they could each just have one treat and they had to share a pack of gum. he shook hands and greeted shop goers. and a few more hours of down time before the end of his island vacation. late afternoon the first family took off for washington, stopping first on cape cod where he met a corporal, the goldstar family. the corporal was killed in afghanistan on july 23rd and the u.s. marine corporal was the son of the police lieutenant, steven and lisa, and then back at home in washington the president has nothing on the schedule for monday, but there are several key issues that are looming. the escalating violence in afghanistan, controversy surrounding his administration's probe into the cia interrogation of suspected terrorists and the ongoing battle amongst congressional leaders regarding president obama's health care initiative. earlier today connecticut senator chris dodd leading the health education and labor pension committee since senator kennedy took ill. called on president obama to clarify his p
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